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Considered by many to be among the most beautiful in the world, Palau’s waters contain an incredible diversity of coral, fish, and other colorful marine life. This Live Cam represents the beautiful marine life you would find off the coast of Palau, including several fish that have the unique ability to switch sexes. In most such species, individuals begin as females and develop into males. These males then typically change color and shape, and assume a dominant role in the local social structures of the species.

  • grant: $668,000 - Aquarium of the Pacific

    To support the Aquarium’s educational programs and research projects.

  • topic: marine life

  • location: long beach

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oceans: sex change exhibit

Considered by many to be among the most beautiful in the world, Palau’s waters contain an incredible diversity of coral, fish, and other colorful marine life. This Live Cam represents the beautiful marine life you would find off the coast of Palau, including several fish that have the unique ability to switch sexes. In most such species, individuals begin as females and develop into males. These males then typically change color and shape, and assume a dominant role in the local social structures of the species.

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location: Long Beach, CA

best viewing hours: 8:00am - 7:00pm

time zone: Pacific Time

related links: Aquarium of the Pacific
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NGO: Aquarium of the Pacific

grant: $668,000

location: Long Beach

mission: To support the Aquarium’s educational programs and research projects.

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Related Links · Aquarium of the Pacific
Considered by many to be among the most beautiful in the world, Palau’s waters contain an incredible diversity of coral, fish, and other colorful marine life. This Live Cam represents the beautiful marine life you would find off the coast of Palau, including several fish that have the unique ability to switch sexes. In most such species, individuals begin as females and develop into males. These males then typically change color and shape, and assume a dominant role in the local social structures of the species.

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